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Aperture 240 – Native America

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This fall, as debates around nationalism and borders in North America reach a fever pitch, Aperture magazine releases “Native America,” a special issue about photography and Indigenous lives, guest edited by the artist Wendy Red Star.
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Aperture 240 – Native America

Aperture 240 – Native America | This fall, as debates around nationalism and borders in North America reach a fever pitch, Aperture magazine releases “Native America,” a special issue about photography and Indigenous lives, guest edited by the artist Wendy Red Star.

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People of the Earth
Images, ancestors, and archives
Wendy Red Star in Conversation
with Emily Moazami

To Walk in Both Worlds
The portraiture of Richard Throssel and Horace Poolaw
by Rebecca Bengal

Family Days: Three Reflections

The Picture by Natalie Diaz; Quarantine Album by Tommy Pico; The Sky and the Spruce by David Treuer

Kimowan Metchewais: A Kind of Prayer
Language, landscape, and the search for visual sovereignty
by Christopher Green

The Lure of Foraging
Jacqueline Cleveland’s chronicle of Native survivance in western Alaska
by Eve Díaz

The Indigenous Gaze
How has Inuit culture shaped cinema?
by Julian Brave NoiseCat

History Is Present
Alan Michelson evokes a continent’s unfinished stories
A Conversation with Chrissie Iles

All of My Relations
In Rebecca Belmore’s performances, the lives of First Nations women
A Conversation with Wanda Nanibush

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